June 22-25, 2022: 54th ESPGHAN Annual Meeting

Posted on 20 May 2022, English, Italiano, Deutsch, Event, French

June 22-25, 2022: 54th ESPGHAN Annual Meeting

Visit COSMED booth #23 at 54th Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN, which will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from Wednesday, 22 June to Saturday, 25 June 2022.

Association between body composition at term equivalent age and Bayley scores at 2 years in preterm infants.

Posted on 24 May 2021, Scientific

Association between body composition at term equivalent age and Bayley scores at 2 years in preterm infants.

Premature infants often undergo postnatal growth failure and show an altered body composition (BC) at termequivalent age (TEA) with lower fat-free mass (FFM) and increased fat mass (FM) than infants born at term.

Infant body composition assessment in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) using air displacement plethysmography: strategies for implementation into clinical workflow.

Posted on 04 May 2021, Scientific

Infant body composition assessment in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) using air displacement plethysmography: strategies for implementation into clinical workflow.

Body composition is a sensitive marker of infants’ intra- and extrauterine growth quality that can influence short- and long-term outcomes; including retinopathy of prematurity, bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), metabolic health, cardiovascular and neurodevelopmental outcomes.

March 28-31, 2020: ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress - Nutrition Science & Practice.

Posted on 30 January 2020, Event

March 28-31, 2020: ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress - Nutrition Science & Practice.

COSMED will be present during the ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress in Nutrition Science & Practice from the 28th to the 31st of March 2020.

Body Composition Changes from Infancy to 4 Years and Associations with Early Childhood Cognition in Preterm and Full-Term Children.

Posted on 20 June 2018, COSMED News, English, Body Composition, Scientific, BOD POD, PEA POD

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A new study on the Neonatology Journal shows the relationship netween body composition at birth and in early childhood with risk for cognitive deficits.

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